The Queen has been pictured beaming as she made her first public appearance since March on Friday (13 May). Her Majesty arrived at the Royal Windsor Horse Show to watch her animals take to the parade ring.
The 96-year-old was driven on to the showground in a Range Rover. After missing the State Opening of Parliament, there had been speculation that she would not attend the annual event, which is one of the highlights of her year.
She sat in the front passenger seat of the vehicle, casually dressed in a white blouse and a blue cardigan-style top and wearing sunglasses. Read more: Deborah James 'blown away' over Damehood as she aims to raise £5m to fight cancer by weekend As the Range Rover pulled up near the parade ring, the Queen spoke to a small group, thought to be officials from the show, through the open car window.
She appeared relaxed, smiling and laughing as she chatted, while just a few feet away dozens of photographers tried to capture the moment.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk